Wizz Air will cancel some of the flights from Kiev to 17 routes

Wizz Air отменит часть рейсов из Киева по 17 маршрутам

Wizz Air announced the cancellation in August of its flight from Kiev to 17 destinations for operational reasons due to the delay with the delivery of the aircraft.

The statement low-cost specified, in this regard, from 3 to 20 August will be reduced frequency of flights from the Ukrainian capital to Warsaw, Budapest, Memmingen, Cologne, Billund, Berlin, Bremen, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Dortmund, Riga, Hanover, Larnaca, Krakow, Vienna, Bratislava and Copenhagen.

The total amount of reduced flights in these areas will be 24 in a week.

Passengers who bought tickets through the website of Wizz Air, whose flights are cancelled, the airline promised to contact, to inform about the changes and offer more options.

Among them the possibility of free rebooking of the ticket for the same route, but different date or route change, a full refund of the ticket cost or receipt of 120% of the cost of the ticket in the form of a loan for the purchase of tickets on other flights Wizz Air.

In a statement, Lowe’s, Costa also said that passengers who bought tickets through an Agency, you must contact the place of purchase or call the hotline Wizz Air in Ukraine by number +380 89 320 2532 because airlines have no access to email addresses or phones of travelers for contact with them.

List of destinations from Kiev, part of the flight which is cancelled (parentheses indicate days on which flights will be cut)

  • Warsaw (Monday, Friday)
  • Budapest (Monday, Friday)
  • Memmingen (Monday, Friday)
  • Cologne (Monday, Friday)
  • Billund (Tuesday)
  • Berlin (Wednesday, Saturday)
  • Bremen (Tuesday)
  • Frankfurt (Wednesday, Saturday)
  • Hamburg (Wednesday)
  • Dortmund (Thursday)
  • Riga (Thursday)
  • Hannover (Thursday)
  • Larnaca (Saturday)
  • Krakow (Sunday)
  • Vienna (Tuesday, Sunday)
  • Bratislava (Sunday)
  • Copenhagen (Sunday)

The route network of Wizz Air from Kiev includes 30 destinations in Europe. Capacity on Ukrainian routes low-cost in 2019 will amount to around 2.6 million seats.